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Oregon. Adult and Family Services Division, Oregon. Employment Department, 1997
Reports & Papers
An exploration of the sources of employment for two groups of low-income parents, one which is transitioning from public assistance and another group who either never received public assistance or who has not received public assistance during the…
Xie Xiaodi, 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of the assumptions that children are exogenous in the female labor force participation equation, a reexamination of the same assumption in the hours of work equation of married women, and the use of the econometric method to test…
Desrosiers Alyce, Emlen Arthur, January, 1997
Reports & Papers
An investigation into the relationship between child care arrangements of flight attendants and their absenteeism, based on a survey of 113 flight attendants with dependent care responsibilities based out of Oregon
Layzer Jean I., 1997
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
A five-year research effort, in 17 states and 25 communities, designed to provide information on the responses of states and communities to the child care needs of low income families, the employment and child care choices made by low income…
Wallin Helena K., 1997
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the important role of the business sector in providing support to families with children in need of child care in the District of Columbia
Presser Harriet B., Cox Amy G., 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the relationship between the nonstandard work schedules of low-educated mothers and the availability of child care and welfare reform
Bergmann Barbara R., 1997
Other
A proposal of a Help for Working Parents (HWP) program to provide aid to low-income working families and reduce child poverty
Collins Ann, Li Jiali, 1997
Reports & Papers
A comparison of the socioeconomic differences between communities in Illinois and Maryland, with an analysis of the relationship between community characteristics and child care supply, demand, and cost
Jackson Aurora P., 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the different child care arrangements of 111 single, employed, low-income black mothers, and the impact of these mothers? attitudes concerning leaving their children in nonparental care on their psychological well-being and perceptions of…
Kennedy Peter W., Welling Linda, 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An economic model of parental child care decision-making and a discussion of the externalities arising from this decision-making model that may affect the economic efficiency of child care provision
Beaujot Roderic, 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of work and childcare patterns amongst families in Canada, based on data from the 1988 Child Care Survey
Powell Lisa M., 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey of the impact of child care costs on the labour supply of married mothers in Canada
Griesinger Harriet, Chipty Tasneem, Witte Ann D., 1997
Reports & Papers
A study of employment patterns for low income workers receiving subsidized child care from the Work and Gain Economic Self sufficiency (WAGES) program in Dade County, Florida
Hertz Rosanna, 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study evaluating qualitative data from interviews with working class, middle class, and upper class dual-earner couples regarding their child care decisions
Grundy Lea, Firestein Netsy, 1997
Reports & Papers
A study on the labor movement?s strategies and approach in the areas of work and family policies and benefits, including child care and parental leave issues